Win GEAR-4’s ‘PocketLoops’

Nintendo Universe continues its series of competitions by teaming up with GEAR-4 to offer you the opportunity to win their portable audio music creation tool, ‘PocketLoops’.

This brand-new product allows iPhone and iPod Touch users to become music producers, utilising a free App alongside the PocketLoops pad.

You’ll be able to create, remix and share your own music immediately, and using advanced looping technology may select from different genres – layering, adding sound affects and heavy bass lines within minutes.

Such creations are then able to be sent directly to friends instantly from the App, allowing them to let you know what they think!

We’ve got two of these to give away to our readers, with the competition now live and set to close on Friday 20th January 2012. To win, all you have to do is answer the following question correctly!

Which acclaimed electronic music duo provided the score for Tron: Legacy?
a) Daft Punk
b) Stupid Rockstar
c) Funny Drummer


Once you’ve worked it out, email your answer to competitions@nintendo-universe.co.uk with the subject ‘iPhone Music Creation Tool Competition’ and we’ll be in touch with the winner after the competition closes. Best of luck to you all!

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Competition rules are as follows:
1. The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom and Ireland only.
2. No one associated with Nintendo Universe may enter the competition.
3. Winners will be chosen at random from successful entrants, and will be notified within a day of the competition closing on Friday 20th January 2012.
4. If the competition winner does not respond by Monday 23rd January 2012, Nintendo Universe reserves the right to offer the prize to another randomly selected entrant who has also provided the correct answer.
5. In accordance with the Data Protection Act, email addresses used in regards of the competition will be used solely for the purposes of the competition and stored securely. Once the competition has closed, all records of entrants email addresses will be deleted.

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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